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Wheat free vegetarian buffet ideas

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amserdeffro Thu 22-Nov-18 22:20:28

I'm having vegetarian friends over for a buffet before Christmas. One of them is also wheat intolerant. Does anyone have any ideas what I can serve?

I've thought of a (vegetarian) cheese board with oat biscuits and dips with crudités and that's about it. Any ideas gratefully received.

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HoleyCoMoley Thu 22-Nov-18 22:26:29

Spicy rice balls, will they eat cows milk cheese?, samosas, salads, chick pea crisps

CherryPavlova Thu 22-Nov-18 22:28:01

Rice crusted Mushroom quiche
Rice salad
Vegetable terrine
Roasted vegetable salad
Stuffed peppers
Guacamole and hummus (homemade) with crudités
Nut loaf

CherryPavlova Thu 22-Nov-18 22:28:53

Arancini
Vegetable curry or chilli

Ricekrispie22 Fri 23-Nov-18 08:43:25

Hot or cold? Knife and fork or finger food?

GreenEggsHamandChips Fri 23-Nov-18 08:44:37

Dual in the slow cooker

BuffaloCauliflower Fri 23-Nov-18 08:47:25

Gluten free falafel with the dips
Potato salad
Coleslaw
Roast veg served warm

GreenEggsHamandChips Fri 23-Nov-18 08:51:05

DHAL not duel!!

amserdeffro Fri 23-Nov-18 09:44:59

Great ideas, thank you.

I was confused at Dual grin

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amserdeffro Fri 23-Nov-18 09:48:19

@Ricekrispie22 my preference is cold finger food, but could do hot, with knife and fork if it meant it was tastier and something people would like.

Samosas are a good idea. Thinking about it bhajis are usually gram flour, so I'll check out the ingredients on some of the Indian party food that's out. I wonder if wonton/spring roll wrappers are usually wheat free.

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pastabest Fri 23-Nov-18 09:57:01

Are they definitely only wheat intolerant and not gluten intolerant/coeliac?

There are gluten free crackers inall the supermarkets these days. We use ASDAs own brand which are nice, schars (again in most supermarkets are good too).

JusRol do a gluten free puff pastry which could be used for mini cheese rolls etc

I've not found any widely available gluten free spring roll type things so far but there's loads of gf pitta breads / corn wraps etc for wraps or sandwiches. We like the B free pitta breads (we also use them to make mini pizzas) and the wharburtons gf wraps.

GoodHeavensNoImAChicken Fri 23-Nov-18 10:05:58

Be aware that oat biscuits aren’t necessarily gluten free. If it’s just wheat intolerance then you might be okay.

Tesco are doing mushroom arancini bites this year that are gf so check those out. A lot of crisps are wheat free but you have to check every bag’s allergy info.

Hummus also goes down well. Make sure with any dips though that there’s either a separate wheat free one if they’re sensitive as people will poke non wheat free bread in them!

BayTrees Fri 23-Nov-18 10:26:41

Mini mozzarella ball, cherry tomato and basil leaf on a stick

amserdeffro Fri 23-Nov-18 11:29:13

Thank you! Yes, def wheat intolerant rather than gluten or celiac.

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Hedgehoginthefog Fri 23-Nov-18 11:37:08

Mini crustless quiche muffins - caramelised onion, walnut and goats cheese; cheddar and spinach

SillyPsychicAcid Sat 24-Nov-18 12:46:57

The reason oats aren’t gluten free unless they specifically say gf is due to cross-contamination with wheat during harvesting/processing. Basically it’s the same machinery. So it depends how intolerant to wheat they are.

herecomesthsun Sun 25-Nov-18 02:33:12

Frittata
Baked potatoes
Devilled eggs
Aubergine parmigiana
crudites and dips/sour cream/hummus

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